Officials say current Ebola outbreak shows choice of PPE is much less important than the way it is used
Researchers provide more clues into why some are gravely sickened by Ebola, while others appear to become only mildly ill
How authorities are monitoring at-risk individuals remains unclear, including whether there are quarantines for Chinese health workers returning from West Africa
Concerns about safety of using a midwife generally unfounded, experts say
BBS's Gabriel Gatehouse searches for Ebola patient, whom he has met earlier
White House commenting on case of a nurse in Maine, who is defying a mandatory 21-day quarantine after treating Ebola patients
U.S. President Barack Obama says the United States may continue to see individual cases of Ebola until the outbreak in West Africa is contained. VOA’s Vincent Makori reports.
Two new studies show a nine month regimen may be successful
President says that as America continues to help stem outbreak at its source, it cannot expect to remain immune to cases of disease at home
Researchers now closer to finding better treatments for range of diseases, including multiple sclerosis, juvenile diabetes, lupus and arthritis
Communicable illnesses range from exotic, including Ebola, to more common strains of influenza, hepatitis, tuberculosis
Thousands of South Sudanese refugees remain stuck in flooded camps in Ethiopia. Marthe van der Wolf reports for VOA from a camp in Gambella on the situation.